Artist, Art Director and Illustrator.
Every creation is born from color, from how it evolves when it mixes,
from how it’s expressed to how; it manages to inspire. To evoke our sensibility, To provoke a sigh.
Color allows us to remember...
Daniela Arboleda Rosati is an ECUADORIAN artist in love with color, painting is her passion since she was 5 years old. Inspired by color al through out her life, her work is the result of continuous persistent chromatic studies from pigment to light.
Her world dances between art, advertising, and writing. She has a BA in Fine Arts and Advertising from the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, coming from a degree in Window Display and Visual Merchandising from the Accademia Italiana di Firenze. Her early studies include Fine Arts and Art History in the Accademia di Belle Arti di Perugia and a degree in Italian Language and culture, from the Universitá per Stranieri di Perugia.
Established in Ecuador, She co-funded ARTbrand, with her creative duo and husband, Tonka Jaramillo, they have worked together since then. ARTbrand is a team of professionals, communicators and artists, dedicated to constantly produce plastic and digital art, some of which, they apply to advertising… Their work includes Art and Creative Direction, Production design, and illustration.
“My mix media consists in traditional old school techniques, as well as industrial modern ones. Starting from the basics, graphite and eraser on paper, watercolor and pencil, Chinese ink, acrylic & oil paint. Opposed to alternative materials such as permanent ink, acrylic & oil markers, nail polish and spray paint. Synthetic, car paint, varnish and floor lacquer. Our own recipe.”
Today, DArboleda is one of the permanent artists exhibiting at Cevor Gallery of Latin American Art, in Coral Gables, Miami.
“ In her recent series of paintings titled Bipolar Creatures, Daniela Arboleda has created an imaginary world where the preconceived notions of reality do not exist. Where new combinations of animal, color, form, and light are allowed to move beyond their physical limits and to be free of the rational mind.
The fantastic creatures she creates remind us that when we free ourselves of rational thinking we open ourselves up to the discovery of new ideas, new sensations and to a new understanding of the limitless possibilities of the world around us.“
Scott Ashley, curator and director of Cevor Latin American Art